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Yamato Scrub Natural Area

#26 of 81 things to do in Boca Raton Features Animals
701 Clint Moore Road, Boca Raton, FL 33487
+1 561-393-7810
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A walk on the wild side

Want to see Boca Raton before the condos and shopping centers took over? Here is a free-to-visit... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
MAPLARRY
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Yamato Scrub Natural Area

Its good they have natural areas, you can see the animals, spiders, snakes and birds. Not that you... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2017
387indy
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Coral Springs, Florida
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“raw nature” (2 reviews)
“nature walk” (2 reviews)
“trail” (10 reviews)
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701 Clint Moore Road, Boca Raton, FL 33487
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Reviewed 3 May 2017

Want to see Boca Raton before the condos and shopping centers took over? Here is a free-to-visit back to raw nature venue. You will find tons of native plants and insects, no crowds and a small parking lot. Its a great get away place for...More

Thank MAPLARRY
Reviewed 16 January 2017

Its good they have natural areas, you can see the animals, spiders, snakes and birds. Not that you can't see them in your back yards. But your back yards are landscaped. In the Scrub area its not so neat.

Thank 387indy
Reviewed 24 July 2016

sort of an endless loop, trails, especially the sand ones are not well marked. Fairly sparse and few other runners, joggers, or hikers. Easy to do 5 miles without repeating a trail.

Thank Tazmwl
Reviewed 18 May 2016

Better than watching paint dry or going to the dentist. BUt that's about it. Trails are rough, not much nature to see, and you hear the roar of the nearby traffic. Go to the beach instead

1  Thank FishFoodie1
Reviewed 29 February 2016

I was concerned about walking here (female, over 50), when I parked, since it looks so isolated (even though it is a stones throw from I-95). But, not to worry - there were families and singles (both ladies, coincidentally) walking about. But, by no means...More

Thank Cheryl C
Reviewed 28 February 2016

If you've ever wondered what this part of Florida looked like before all the tourists arrived, you can get a pretty good idea strolling though this sandy wasteland just east of I-95. The cynics might say that the area was too unattractive for a housing...More

Thank johncgore
Reviewed 23 January 2016

It is close by, just use restrooms before you go, and bring h2o. It is a really nice walk and geocaching location.

Thank JenniAnderson77
Reviewed 20 October 2015

I biked through the area (which has nice paths throughout). It was a great place to get a little exercise and see a little nature at the same time. Iguanas along the river, fantastic bird life. Very nice area.

Thank dszwed87
Reviewed 27 September 2015

Worth doing - as a morning walk, or a longer hike, or a jog. Different length walking paths. Enjoyed exploring through the Yamato Scrub.

Thank djehellinger
Reviewed 13 September 2015

They have done little to change the landscape, which is what's good. Plus the fact its in an industrial park. It has trails and a bike trail, and trash cans. Around the trash is where I saw the most birds. You can spot some wildlife.

Thank 387indy
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